Diaphanoid for flute, clarinet, voice, piano and string quartet or other set of instruments (2010)

 

Duration: 6’50”

 

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Score

 

The idea of the piece is hidden in the title of the composition. Greek word diaphanēs means "transparent". Greek suffix -oid means an item, which resembles a specific object or has a particular characteristic (shape, form, appearance, etc.). Thus the title can be translated into "something clear" or "something lucid".

 

CD:

Chamber Works, DUX, Orkiestra Muzyki Nowej, Szymon Bywalec – conductor, Elżbieta Woleńska – flute, Michał Siciński – clarinet, Kuba Badach – voice 

 

List of performances:

2014

29 March 

Łódź (PL), Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts

The members of the Jeune Orchestre Atlantique, Catherine Puig – conductor

 

19 January 

Valletta (MT), MITP Theatre, Contemporary Sounds

The members of the Jeune Orchestre Atlantique, Pavel Šnajdr – conductor

 

16 January 

Brno (CZ), Divadlo na Orlí

The members of the Jeune Orchestre Atlantique, Pavel Šnajdr – conductor

 

2011

11 January

Łódź (PL), The Łódź Philharmonic Hall, Contem Ucha

an_ARCHE New Music Ensemble

 

2010

4 September

Næstved (DK), Suså Festival

an_ARCHE New Music Ensemble

 

Diaphanoid

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